In Poland it’s like every region has its own dialect. In our country we distinguish following dialects : wielkopolski, ma³opolski , œl¹ski , mazowiecki , kujawsko – che³mski , kaszubski.
For foreigners the hardest thing in our language is conjugation, orthography and pronunciation. To make them practice they are given famous Polish poem written by Jan Brzechwa called “Chrz¹szcz” which means “beetle” and it goes something like this:
“W Szczebrzeszynie chrz¹szcz brzmi w trzcinie
I Szczebrzeszyn z tego s³ynie
Wó³ go pyta: „Panie chrz¹szczu,
Po co pan tak brzêczy w g¹szczu...”
Joe: Are you jewish?
Paul: No, and I'm not retarded either! But someone who bases their information off of stereotypes is.
My grandfather came from Poland. He came to Connecticut from Poland then went to Massachusetts. My Polish Heritage is very important to my mothers family. My mothers father the one from Poland wanted my mother to go to a Polish School. She learned how to Teach in Collage while also taught Scientific Medicine Work in New York. She came back to Massachusetts Six Years later. But as I was saying I feel proud of being Polish.
I'm sure you're proud to be Patriotic too of your Country.